Anne Hart


  • Olympian, 2018
  • 2nd place Women’s Classic and Skate Sprint US Nationals, 2016
  • 2nd place overall Women’s US SuperTour Finals Ranking, 2016
  • 5-time NCAA All-American
  • FIS U23 World Championships, 24th (sprint classic), 33rd (skiathlon), 2015
  • FIS U23 World Championships, 31st (skiathlon), 39th (sprint classic), 2013

Annie Pokorny


  • U.S. World Junior and U23 Team Member, 2013 – 2015
  • Alpine Cup silver medalist, 2015
  • Two-time national championship top-10 finisher with Middlebury College
  • NCAA All-East Team, 2013

Erika Flowers


  • U.S. Continental Cup Team member for three years
  • Swiss Cup Champion
  • Top-five OPA Cup finisher
  • Member of National Elite Group for two years
  • Three-time NCAA All-American
  • Two-time SuperTour podium finisher
  • Three‑time top-10 finisher at U.S. nationals
  • 2014 WSF Travel & Training Fund grant recipient

Muffy Davis


  • Three-time Paralympian, 1998, 2002, 2012
  • Seven-time Paralympic medalist
  • Three-time UCI Para-Cycling World Championships silver medalist
  • Nine-time UCI Para-Cycling World Cup gold medalist
  • 2004 IOC Presidents Disabled Athlete Award winner
  • 2002 Endurance Sports Disabled Athlete of the Year
  • 2002 world champion in giant slalom


Jen Hudak


  • Five-time X-Games medalist
  • 2010 ESPY Nominee for “Best Female Action Sports Athlete”
  • Two-time AFP Superpipe World Champion
  • Two-time FIS World Championships medalist
  • Four-time U.S. national champion
  • 2004 Hamden Women’s Sports Federation “Sportswoman of the Year”
  • Cast member of the 30th season of The Amazing Race with teammate Kristi Leskinen, 2018

Grete Eliassen, Past President


With a mother from the Midwest and a father from Norway, Eliassen grew up speaking both English and Norwegian. At the age of 2, she quickly found the excitement of her life in skiing, and once she took to freeskiing she hasn’t looked back. Since her debut, Eliassen has won the U.S. Open four times, as well as captured two gold, two silver, and two bronze medals at the Winter X Games. She is the only female skier to have medaled in both the first halfpipe and slopestyle X Games events.

Beginning in the fall of 2008 and spanning until the spring of 2010, Eliassen set out on an ambitious two-year film project, “Say My Name,” and in same vein of past signature Red Bull films. In April 2010, mid-project, she achieved the Hip Jump World Record. She reached speeds of 60 miles an hour downhill, hit the custom 30 foot “hip” feature and soared more than 31 feet in the air. No woman has ever come close to reaching this height on skis.

Parallel to her ski career she graduated from the University of Utah with a B.S. in Marketing in 2012. In 2014 Eliassen briefly joined self-destructing messaging app Wickr as the Director of Marketing—managing marketing campaigns that included working with musical artists Iggy Azalea and Big Data, producing “WickrX Super Sessions” the first ever women’s big wave surf event at Mavericks, CA.—working closely with the founder to create a safe and private place for all people to communicate within the app.

Recently, Eliassen stars in Warren Miller’s ski film, “Here, There & Everywhere,” and is very active on social media via her Instagram account @gretegirl. Eliassen was elected President of the Women’s Sports Foundation in 2016 and served from 2017-2018.

Career Highlights

  •  Six-time Winter X Games medalist
  •  Four-time U.S. Open champion
  •  2009 Winter Dew Tour silver medalist
  •  Women’s Hip Jump World Record holder
  •  2007 Ullr Girl of the Year
  •  2009 Yolanda L. Jackson Give Back Award winner
  •  Women’s Sports Foundation Athlete Advisory Panel member
  • Women’s Sports Foundation Past President

Devin Logan


• Olympic silver medalist, 2014
• Two-time Olympian, 2014, 2018

• World Cup overall champion
• Four-time Winter X Games medalist
• Four-time World Cup halfpipe medalist
• Two-time AFP overall champion
• 2011 U.S. National halfpipe champion
• Currently ranked 1st in AFP world rankings

Danelle Umstead


• Three-time Paralympian, 2010, 2014, 2018
• Three-time Paralympic medalist
• Five-year member of the U.S. National Alpine Ski Team
• Two-time Women’s World Cup overall champion
• 41 total World Cup podiums

Ashley Caldwell


  • Three-time Olympian, 2010, 2014, 2018
  • Four-time NorAm champion
  • Five-time World Cup medalist
  • 2014 U.S. national champion
  • Two-time U.S. nationals silver medalist
  • 2010 FIS World Cup Rookie of the Year
  • 2011 WSF Travel & Training Fund grant recipient

Alissa Johnson


  • Has competed in 108 Continental Cups, the highest level of competition for women
  • Member of the 2009 World Championship Team
  • Longest Recorded Jump is 128 meters
  • WSF Travel & Training Fund Grant Recipient, 2011